The Stanford Prevention Research Center is launching Health 4 America (H4A) – a nine-month, post-baccalaureate professional certificate program –in January that combines an evidence-based curriculum with a practical component.
This past weekend, Stanford Students for Palestinian Equal Rights (SPER) hosted nearly 300 college students from more than 70 campuses across the country to express solidarity with the Palestinian liberation movement.
The third annual conference was organized by the Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), a national student organization founded in 2001 at UC-Berkeley, committed to promoting human rights for people living in Israel and Palestine.
The Catholic Community at Stanford (CC@S) recently launched a mobile app for Android and iPhone devices that includes a variety of resources for Catholic life at Stanford, including mass times, upcoming events, prayer materials, podcasts and videos.
The Catholic communities at Stanford and Yale University were the first to purchase the customizable app from the Newman Center Service Company after the company reached out to campus centers across the nation.
In its second year, the Thanksgiving Back (TGB) program, sponsored by Alternative Spring Break (ASB), received nearly twice as many applicants as last year, filling all trip slots and waitlists, according to TGB Associate Director Thanh Nguyen ‘14, M.A. ‘14.
This year more than 50 students will participate in five service-learning trips—addressing topics that range from mental health to entrepreneurship across the Bay Area—over Thanksgiving break.
Cardinal Nights, an organization run by the Office of Alcohol Policy & Education (OAPE) that offers alcohol-free events, has developed a growing presence on campus in its third year, with more events offered and a new student staff.
On Saturday night, 131 alumni and current members of the Stanford Mendicants performed at the group’s 50th anniversary concert at the Bing Concert Hall.
Miley Cyrus, Calvin and Hobbes, Walter White, Spider Man and various Angry Birds all made appearances at this year’s Stanford Mausoleum party.
The Saturday evening event was themed after the electronic music artist deadmau5. Despite overlapping with the Stanford football game against Oregon State University, the event saw high attendance.